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1970 Swan 43

$230,000

Branford, Connecticut

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1970 Swan 43,Ocean Ready Classic Swan!The vessel, Omuramba has had a storied career,having early on been an ocean racer with a highly respected reputation. Originally commissioned for the chief magistrate of Namibia. Subsequent to her retirement from ocean racing, she completed a circumnavigation of the earth. The vessel was designed by Olin Stephens with Nautor Swan producing 67 of them between 1967 and 1972.For long distance ocean passages the hull shape is excellent, with a swept fin keel, a skeg hung rudder well aft, a fine deeply veed entry, and long overhangs. The resulting hull shape is very seaworthy and sea-kindly. Very few modern vessel are as comfortable at sea, less have the attractive classical lines, and none are as strongly built. She has been tenderly cared for for almost 17 years, with full deck and rigging renovations in 2009 by the existing owner. She is equipped with an original Aries wind vane steering system, has a wind generator for your power needs, 3000 Watt invertor, SEA single side band radio, VHF radio, auto-pilot, GPS and an in cockpit radar. She is ready for her next adventure!Survey done in September 2014 available. $230,000, 2033879908

1998 Nautor Swan SWAN 44 Mk II

$369,000

Stamford, Connecticut

Year 1998

Make Nautor Swan

Model SWAN 44 Mk II

Category Cruiser Boats

Length 44'

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1998 Nautor Swan SWAN 44 Mk II The CALLISTO is easily the finest and most sophisticated example of this popular German Frers design to be presented on the brokerage market for quite some time. The very successful SWAN 44 Mk II was first introduced in 1996 until production was ended in 2002 with a total of (69) Swan 44 Mk I / II examples being produced. Delivered to her first Owners as the WENDEN in the Fall of 1998 and now as the CALLISTO for her second Owners in 2007, this SWAN 44 Mk II is the 38th example produced and the 19th "Mk II". The CALLISTO is an impressively-nice presentation with her beautiful Dark Blue gelcoat topsides, properly-maintained teak decks and with the usual superb NAUTOR varnished teak interior. A number of features incorporated at her time of build by NAUTOR combine to uniquely position the CALLISTO from her peers that result in her enhanced  performance, the improved ability to be managed by a light crew and with custom interior details for added utility & comfort. She was the first SWAN 44 Mk II to have a number of specific improvements that include the Carbon Tall Rig option, a customized mainsheet setup that includes an aft-mounted traveler system (vis the standard cabin top arrangement), custom blade jib tracks forward, a custom Galley & refrigeration system that eliminated the old "front-open only" unit, custom modifications to the Nav Station & storage to provide a larger work space, reversing the Main Salon layout to have the Sea Berth positioned to starboard vis to port for better access, a removable Pilot Berth for the port side .. and we're just getting started with the details of the exceptional SWAN 44 Mk II CALLISTO!   Only lightly cruised & day-sailed since her racing triumphs through 2001 as the WENDEN and also after the present Owners purchased her in 2007, the CALLISTO is still prepared to "do it all". She's presented with notable system upgrades as well as her full inventory complement of B&G System 2000 performance instrumentation, newer FURUNO navigation electronics & ICOM communications, all new batteries & interior cushions for the Man Salon, a NORTH SAILS inventory, (3) HARKEN electric winches for cruising & competitive racing as well. Combine this with her past & present Owners' diligent maintenance programs, the end result is most impressive. Given the virtues of the SWAN 44 Mk II design details, and combining both the NAUTOR and FRERS pedigrees and the special attributes of the CALLISTO's Factory Option and Owner enhancem

1987 Paddle Steamer Decoy

$722,776

Palmetto, Florida

Year 1987

Make Paddle Steamer

Model Decoy

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Length 83'

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1987 Paddle Steamer Decoy The Paddle Steamer Decoy is a "Perth Icon" and has been operating for 25 years on the magnificent Swan River and has her own exclusive mooring in prestigious South Perth. Specialising in weddings and corporate functions the vessel is being sold fully operational as a going concern and has liquor and gaming licences. She is a registered Australian ship No: 852383, which makes this vessel fully morgageable. The Paddle Steamer Decoy is a genuine steam powered vessel that was built by Australian Ship Building Industries and is built to DNV survey 1A R5 Class D1, although currently operates on a 1E and licensed to carry 230 passengers. The vessel is powered by a 1905 Ransome Sims and Jefferies twin cylinder steam engine totally rebuilt in 1986 with a new oil fired burner and maxitherm boiler. She is the only sea going designed Paddle Steamer in Australia. The upper deck is constructed of solid Jarrah and Iron bark flooring. The vessel is also fitted out extensively with solid brass nautical memorabilia and has a unique 58 brass pipe calliope organ which can operate manually or automatically. The vessel is being offered for sale due to retirement after 20 years and at a fraction of the replacement cost. This truly is a once in a lifetime opportunity for an astute investor.

1987 Paddle Steamer Decoy

$774,180

Palmetto, Florida

Year 1987

Make Paddle Steamer

Model Decoy

Category Powerboats

Length 83'

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1987 Paddle Steamer Decoy The Paddle Steamer Decoy is a "Perth Icon" and has been operating for 25 years on the magnificent Swan River and has her own exclusive mooring in prestigious South Perth. Specialising in weddings and corporate functions the vessel is being sold fully operational as a going concern and has liquor and gaming licences. She is a registered Australian ship No: 852383, which makes this vessel fully morgageable. The Paddle Steamer Decoy is a genuine steam powered vessel that was built by Australian Ship Building Industries and is built to DNV survey 1A R5 Class D1, although currently operates on a 1E and licensed to carry 230 passengers. The vessel is powered by a 1905 Ransome Sims and Jefferies twin cylinder steam engine totally rebuilt in 1986 with a new oil fired burner and maxitherm boiler. She is the only sea going designed Paddle Steamer in Australia. The upper deck is constructed of solid Jarrah and Iron bark flooring. The vessel is also fitted out extensively with solid brass nautical memorabilia and has a unique 58 brass pipe calliope organ which can operate manually or automatically. The vessel is being offered for sale due to retirement after 20 years and at a fraction of the replacement cost. This truly is a once in a lifetime opportunity for an astute investor.

1955 Concordia Yawl

$155,000

Stonington, Connecticut

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Currently located for the off season in Hamburg Cove, Lyme Connecticut, Wild Swan (Hull #25), is an authentic example of this successful, desirable and classic yawl. She has been fully maintained, in good structural condition and is well equipped. Her current owner had Wild Swan completely rebuilt and comprehensively restored by Triad Boatworks in 2003-2004. An illustrated project description and 2012 survey are available. She had a new 30 HP Yanmar installed in 2010. Raymarine navigation instruments and autopilot. Hathaway, Reiser & Raymond sails. Wild Swan is under cover at Cove Landing Marina this winter, and she will be cared for and actively used until sold. She can be viewed by appointment. WILD SWAN (#25) was originally built in 1955 at Abeking and Rasmussen shipyard, on the banks of the River Weser, Lemwerder, Germany. She was rebuilt with commitment to virtually “a new boat” standards and condition by Triad Boatworks, Mattapoisett, Massachusetts in 2003-2004. The carvel planked hull is fabricated with African mahogany upon white oak stem, frame and beams with silicon bronze fastenings, stem and keel bolts. She has an oak backbone, deadwood and floor timbers. Full keel, with propeller set in rudder aperture. She has an iron keel and the rudder is mahogany. The house sides are varnished mahogany, the cabin top is now gel coated fiberglass over pine (Cove Landing Marina, Lyme, Connecticut 2012). The interior bulkheads are the original European knotty pine. The decks are laid teak over marine plywood. Bronze stanchions with varnished teak toe rails, handrails and trim. Atop the cabin house there is a bronze Charley Noble flue for the cabin heater and bronze dorade ventilator. The yacht's finish is white with blue boot and cove, green bottom paint. Accommodations and layout below The traditional cabin plan of WILD SWAN is typical of the Concordia class with comfortable berths for four. In the forepeak is a sail bin with slatted floor. Twin folding green canvas pipe berths in the fo'c'sle with settee lockers beneath. The forward cabin also has reading lights and butterfly overhead hatch for ambient light and ventilation. The hatch can also act as a wind scoop with canvas held up by bronze wire bail. Two round opening bronze ports are forward. To port and abaft the forward cabin through mirrored door is the head with Raritan manual toilet (with 6 gallon holding tank), vintage vanity athwartships (with fresh water hand pump), medicine cabinet, linen hamper, locker space and opening port. Bookshelves are outboard. When the paneled locust door to the forecastle is closed two hanging lockers are assessable from the starboard side. In the main cabin the Pullman/Concordia style berths port and starboard keep the bedding stowed and out of sight and double as backrests when up for the very comfortable fitted Temper-Pedic filled settees. Outboard of the berths are shelves, book shelves and slatted lockers. The drop leaf table is just to port of centerline. The knotty pine paneling gives the Concordia a distinctive New England charm, the joiner work and trim is locust. Round varnished teak grab rails are fastened to the overhead. Headroom is 6'3" in the main saloon. The interior cushions are dark Concordia green corduroy and include back and side bolsters. Interior 12 volt lamps and brass oil lamps. On WILD SWAN the teak sole has been left unfinished and authentic. Easily removed for access to the bilge. The large varnished wood butterfly opening main hatch/skylight aft of the mainmast is oversized to provide ample ventilation and ambient light. Luke propane soapstone/brass heating stove is on the forward bulkhead. Cooking on top is possible with fiddle rails. The bronze Charley Noble is retained, but is not connected in this improved system. The galley is aft to port with a Luke gimbaled two burner propane stove, stainless steel sink and with a stainless steel lined ice box abaft to port (SeaFrost engine driven refrigeration). Two ports off the aft bulkhead open into the cockpit. The 30HP Yanmar diesel engine is located partly under the bridge deck and partly under the cockpit deck. Easily reached when required by means of removable pine panel and covers. The companionway ladder leads out to the cockpit. The Raymarine RL70C GPS chartplotter/Radar is mounted on the starboard swinging bracket in the companionway, the Raymarine multi displays to port on the cabin house bulkhead. The self bailing cockpit is finished in bare even grained teak. Covers for hatches. Tiller steering, with folding (up against mizzen) tiller. Portside locker contains aluminium fuel tank, starboard contains manual bilge pump. Engine controls in starboard locker. Cockpit seats taper aft, sheets are easily handled from the helm. Aft lazerette for storage. Cockpit cushions are light green. Deck, ground tackle and sundry equipment Decks are teak over marine plywood, solid locust cleats, bronze chocks, bronze stanchions and bases. Double lifelines, bronze bow pulpit. Anchor rode pipe in foredeck for easy utilization. Bower: 35lb CQR anchor with chain and nylon rode. Kedge: Fisherman. Wooden boathook. Fenders. Fire extinguishers, ship's bell, Manual air horn, personal flotation devices (Types II and V). 12 volt bilge pumps, manual bilge pump in cockpit. Sails & Rigging Yawl with 7/8 fractional rig with well constructed glued-up varnished box sectioned Sitka spruce masts. Self tending jib club boom, with bronze traveller. Spinnaker pole. Reaching strut. The boxed mainmast is keel stepped on elongated and deeper than original specs oak step reinforced with stainless steel with a mast step/tie rod system (Triad 2004), which increase bending stiffness and prevent compression loads from the mast compromising floor frames. Chainplates are bronze and are through bolted to structural members. Standing rigging is 1x 19 stainless steel wire. Primary winches are a pair of Lewmar #46 self tailing mounted on mahogany bases; on the mainmast are two Lewmar #30s. The mainsheet block and tackle traveller is located on the raised bridge deck. The mizzen also has a block and tackle traveler. Bronze genoa track mounted on toe rail for genoa sheet cars. Wood cheeked Merriman blocks retain original character. Varnished locust cleats on winch platforms. Main, genoa and mizzen sails are Hathaway, Reiser and Raymond with corresponding tan sail covers. Electronics and Navigational equipment Raymarine 6001 Autopilot with hydraulic ram Raymarine Pathfinder RL70C GPS/radar/chartplotter Raymarine ST60 Multi Display, speed and distance log Raymarine ST60 Depthmeter Raymarine ST60 wind speed and direction indicator Raymarine Ray VHF radio Standard Horizon AM/FM with CD player Constellation Compass Chelsea Shipstrike chronometer Chelsea Shipstrike barometer McMurdo Precision 406 MHz EPIRB Electrical Ship's system voltage is 12 volt DC. The two 12 volt DC batteries (one Group 24 and one Group 27) are located in battery box along starboard side of the engine with rotary master switch. Copper stranded wiring. Circuit breakers electrical distribution panel located aft of galley. Iota 30 amp shore powered battery charger (via extension card dockside) and engine alternator (underway or at idle) provide charge. Navigation lights, 12 volt interior lights in main cabin, head and forecastle. Engine and mechanical 30 HP 3YM30 Yanmar diesel installed 2010, with 230 hours, closed freshwater cooling with heat exchanger. Kanzaki transmission (Ratio2.62:1). Good access to engine for maintenance and checks through removable cabinetry. Tiller steering, three bladed bronze 15"x8"propeller with stainless steel shaft. Additional comments The Concordia yawl has simple timeless elegance, harmonious lines and superb sailing qualities. Wild Swan has had a distinguished career, and has cruised the coasts of New England for nearly 60 years. Well known locally and farther afield, Wild Swan is a handsome and authentic example of this beloved class. With her level of reconstruction, upkeep and maintenance she presents an outstanding opportunity for purchase. Summary of Wild Swan Restoration 2004, Triad Boatworks Over 60 new oak frames,new floors and complete bottom planking Iron ballast blasted, and sealed New wooden keel plank, deadwood, sternpost and new mahogany rudder New keel bolts, floor bolts and stem bolts New marine plywood under deck New teak deck vacuum sealed on underdecking New toe rails and genoa tracks New engine bed (new 30 hp Yanmar diesel in 2010, Cove Landing Marina) Removed and replaced entire interior New teak cabin sole New cockpit coamings, cleats, lifelines and gates Stainless steel re-inforced oak mast step Installed mast step tie rod system New electrical panel and wiring Seafrost refrigeration New Luke propane stove in galley New Raymarine electronics (see listing) Luke propane soapstone brass heating stove upon custom pine cabinet